Modern dentistry for everyone 

Discover the world of professional dentistry at Unimed Warsaw Targówek. Our office offers a wide range of dental services, from preventive care to advanced treatments.


Our offer

We use state-of-the-art technology and a personalised approach to ensure your comfort and the best results. Trust the experience of our specialists and enjoy a healthy smile every day. We invite you to take a look at our offer!

Conservative dentistry

This treatment involves dental care for both adults and children using modern methods, devices, and materials. It includes cleaning cavities and rebuilding tooth crowns with filling materials.

The initial symptoms of tooth decay are pain, tooth sensitivity, and discoloration on the enamel.

Early treatment can be almost painless.

Special care is given to children. Our services include colorful fillings for milk teeth with Twinky Star and rewards for brave behavior.


Prosthetics offers the possibility of reconstructing missing and damaged teeth. It involves restoring the natural state of teeth using special prosthetic fillings. Utilizing the latest advancements, various solutions can be created, including veneers, implants, ceramic crowns, porcelain crowns, porcelain bridges, settling dentures, skeletal dentures, acetal dentures, snap-on dentures, and more.

Each denture is individually tailored to meet the specific needs and oral structure of each patient.


A panoramic X-ray, or pantomogram, available at the Unimed Targówek Dental Clinic, is a panoramic radiographic image of the jaw and mandible. This imaging technique allows for the visualization of the entire jaw and mandible, including the temporomandibular joints and sinuses. A pantomogram is versatile as it simultaneously displays all teeth and surrounding tissues. The image is produced instantly and can be recorded on a CD or other memory storage device.

Pantomograms are particularly useful in various dental treatments and diagnoses. They are instrumental in planning implantations, surgical treatments where assessment of the position and condition of impacted teeth is necessary, and in orthodontics for preparing and planning orthodontic treatments. In prosthetics, they aid in treatment planning. General dentistry uses pantomograms to detect cavities not visible in the oral cavity, diagnose periodontal diseases, cysts, tumors, and are invaluable in pediatric dentistry for diagnosing developmental tooth and periodontal abnormalities, missing tooth buds, or supernumerary teeth.


During the initial visit, the orthodontist examines the patient's bite and discusses the nature of the bite defect, proposed treatment methods, and types of braces. An up-to-date panoramic X-ray, taken within the last 6 months, is essential for preliminary analysis. Unimed Dental Clinic offers this service on-site.

Their services include various types of braces:

  • Fixed braces with metal and ceramic brackets
  • Self-ligating braces, both metal and ceramic
  • Various orthodontic appliances like Haas, Kappa, Pendex
  • Nance appliance, NiTi expander, retainers, and more

The next step is taking impressions for orthodontic plaster models. Often, a lateral cephalometric X-ray is required, especially for growing patients. The detailed treatment plan is presented at the next visit after thorough analysis of X-rays and plaster models.

Before fitting the braces, patients require a general dental check-up. All teeth should be treated and cleaned before fitting fixed braces. The treatment process is individualized, with varying frequencies of follow-up appointments. After active orthodontic treatment, the retention phase begins, involving the use of retainers to maintain the alignment achieved.


The microscope has gained increasing popularity among dentists in recent years, although it has been used in medicine for about 80 years. Today, it is considered the cornerstone of good dental practice and is likely to become essential equipment for endodontists (who specialize in root canal treatment) and general dentists in the future, aiding in various procedures such as periodic oral examinations to detect filling leaks and early caries in enamel fissures and grooves.

The use of an operative microscope allows for the examination of the morphology of the treated tooth from the inside, improving the quality of therapeutic procedures. The microscope serves as an extension of the dentist's vision, helping to locate additional canals, open narrow and partially calcified canals, and prepare canals with atypical anatomical structures. Crucially, it enables the removal of broken endodontic instruments from the canals, closing perforations (penetration of the root wall), managing internal and external resorption, and detecting cracks in teeth that are not visible to the naked eye. These micro-endodontic procedures would not be possible without significant magnification and focused illumination. The use of the microscope shortens the duration of these procedures, making them less tiring for both the patient and the dentist.

The microscope is also used for procedures in endodontic surgery, such as root apex resection in cases of non-healing periapical inflammatory lesions, as well as precise surgeries in periodontal surgery, implantology, and prosthetics, which require good visibility.

Endodontics is a demanding field of dentistry, but the progress made in it often allows teeth that were previously condemned to extraction to be saved. Modern endodontics, in such cases, serves as a last resort, enabling successful treatment and preservation of teeth in the oral cavity for many years.


A dental implant replaces the root of a tooth. It is a titanium screw that integrates with the bone, placed in the jawbone or maxilla, depending on the patient's needs. After the implantation procedure, one must wait for the dental implant to be surrounded by bone and gums. Healing usually takes about 3 months.

The next step involves restoring the tooth with a porcelain crown or other prosthetic restoration, which attaches to the implanted screw.

The procedure itself is entirely safe. Dental implantation is supported by local anesthesia, eliminating pain.

Undoubtedly, choosing implants will improve the aesthetics of our oral cavity. Teeth will appear natural. Most importantly, the patient will have the opportunity to feel as if they have their own teeth.

Dental implants are the best form of tooth replacement, as it is a quick and extremely durable method – the effects can last a lifetime if the patient follows the doctor's recommendations.

We work with implants from brands such as 3i, Alpha-Bio, and MIS Implant.


Endodontics is a branch of dentistry that deals with root canal treatment. Deep carious lesions reaching the living tissue of the tooth – the pulp – can lead to bacterial infection. It is necessary to remove the lesion, clean, disinfect, and fill the remaining space after it.

In cases of bone destruction around infected teeth, there is a need for prolonged root canal treatment aimed at rebuilding it by applying appropriate preparations, medications, and dressings to the tooth.


Frequently asked questions

1Will the procedure be painful?

We use local anesthesia to minimize discomfort.

2How often should I visit the dentist?

We recommend check-up visits every 6 months.

3Can I eat after the procedure?

After anesthesia, avoid hot beverages and hard foods for a few hours.

4How can I prevent tooth decay?

Regular brushing, flossing, and limiting sugar intake.

5What is a filling, and when is it needed?

A filling fills a cavity caused by tooth decay; it is needed when decay damages the tooth.

6Is teeth whitening safe?

It is safe when performed by a professional or with approved products.

7How long will the procedure take?

It depends on the type of procedure; the dentist will provide an estimated time.

8Do I need to have my wisdom teeth removed?

Removal is recommended when they cause pain, infections, or pressure on other teeth.

9Is using dental floss important?

Yes, it helps in removing plaque and food debris.

10Can I drink alcohol before or after the procedure?

Avoid alcohol before the procedure and for 24 hours after.

11How is gum disease treated?

Treatment involves professional cleaning, improvement of oral hygiene, and antibiotics.

12Are implants better than bridges or dentures?

Implants offer a more durable solution, but they are not always indicated. Our dentists always propose the most advantageous solution for the patient.

13What are the symptoms of tooth decay?

Pain, visible cavities or spots on the teeth, sensitivity to temperature.

14Is X-ray imaging safe?

Yes, it emits minimal amounts of radiation.

15What should I do in case of a broken tooth?

Contact a dentist; apply a cold compress to alleviate pain.

16Should I brush my tongue?

Yes, it helps in removing bacteria and ensuring fresh breath.

17How long does healing take after a tooth extraction?

Full healing may take several weeks.

18Can I engage in sports after the procedure?

Limit physical activity for a few days after major procedures.

19What are the side effects of root canal treatment?

Temporary discomfort or sensitivity may occur.

20Do I need braces?

It depends on the individual assessment of the bite defect and tooth health.


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